It can sometimes be hard to piece together parts of this country's African American history because it wasn't traditionally recorded. However, two portraits that...
In today's Kentucky history treasures, you'll find out about Brain's Station and how Kentucky has ties to the revolutionary war. You'll also learn how...
Learn the story of The Beverly Hills Supper Club fire in northern Kentucky and how it's still one of the deadliest nightclub fires in...
Doug High shows us how the state studied drug addiction in the 70's.
Doug High shares the story of Bryan Station's fort and how women shaped history there.
In this Kentucky History Treasures, Doug High tells us about campaign banners in Kentucky's history.
Doug High talks about the history of dueling in Kentucky.
On this Kentucky History Treasures, Doug High shares with us the history of dueling in Kentucky.
Paul Sawyer lived the early part of his adult life here in Frankfort, Ky and really became known for his watercolor landscapes.
Does this artifact live up to it's name?
Perhaps the most prominent piece in the collection of the Kentucky Historical Society belonged to the president himself.
He's not from horse racing or UK basketball, yet he is still a legend in Kentucky Sports.
This weeks Kentucky History Treasures tells us about the ups and downs of America's first prison for drug addicts.
Two very striking portraits help tell the extraordinary story of a husband & wife.
A new exhibit' "Poetry in Color" is coming to the Kentucky Historical Society.
This week we look at a fascinating presidential race, with roots right here in the Bluegrass
This week we look back at a tragedy that claimed the lives of over 100 people
We take a look at some heroic women, who helped shape a young Kentucky's fate during a pivotal battle. Dana Zinger has the story!
Impressionist Paul Sawyier showed off Kentucky landscapes, one water color painting at a time.
A festive holiday tradition is rolling into Kentucky!
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